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The Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council Launches New Website for Pharmaceutical Packaging Members


Bon Air, VA, October 14, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council (HCPC) is a not-for-profit trade association that was established in 1990 to promote the many benefits of unit dose packaging-especially the fact that these formats can be designed with compliance-prompting features proven to help people take their medications properly.

Pharmaceutical noncompliance is a tremendous problem in the United States. Estimated annual costs of patients not taking their medications approaches $300 billion.1 It is also estimated that 125,000 Americans die annually (342 people every day) due to poor medication adherence and 10% – 25% of hospital and nursing home admissions are also caused by people’s inability to take their medications as prescribed.

Better packaging can help. Unit dose packaging can be designed in compliance-enhancing formats that remind people whether they have taken their medications. Birth control pills, certain antibiotics, hormone replacement therapies, and steroids are already being dispensed in unit dose packaging that has proven highly effective in helping people manage their pharmaceutical regimens. The HCPC strongly believes that if more products were packaged in a unit dose format, the noncompliance problem would be greatly reduced.

While insurance companies and managed care organizations bear the greatest economic burden from pharmaceutical noncompliance, everyone must also pay a share in the form of higher taxes, premiums, and lost productivity.

That is why the HCPC’s goal is to inform and educate consumers, health professionals and policy makers about the role that unit dose packaging can play in improving pharmaceutical compliance. They are working for the day that consumers will have a choice when they get their prescriptions filled-either the standard cap and vial format that does nothing to help them manage their medications, or a compliance-style, unit dose package that will help ensure that they actually take the medication as it has been prescribed.

The HCPC is very pleased to launch their new website in conjunction with website designers, AutoWeb Technologies. The site, located at www.hcpconline.org, highlights the organization, their members, upcoming events, and latest news. The site is mobile responsive and easy to navigate. This project took about 2 months, working very closely with the website designers at AutoWeb Technologies (www.autowebtech.com), a national digital marketing agency that specializes in developing, hosting, and marketing quality web site systems and SEO marketing for small and medium size companies.

"The HCPC is one of our oldest clients. We've had the great pleasure of working with their communications director, Vicki Welch, for several years and she is an asset not only to the HCPC, but to our company as well. Great project with a valued client," reports Ben Vaughn, senior project manager with AutoWeb Technologies.
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